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30 mins

This DIY keeps on giving!
I have this problem. I love looking at homewares. I love pinning them. I love sharing them. I love shopping them. But for some reason I can rarely bring myself to buy.

Why? It’s a big investment. What if it doesn’t look right? And what if I see something else that I like better? Which I invariably do, then I get major buyer’s remorse… it’s a vicious cycle.

I’m getting better, but I still need some help.

That’s why I devised this cheap and easy quick craft that I can change to suit my mood!

Posted by eryn_with_a_y from Perth, Western Australia, Australia • Published See eryn_with_a_y's 8 projects »
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  • How to make a poster. Changeable Poster Art - Step 1
    Step 1

    This one requires a little bit of pre-planning. Choose an area that you want to brighten up or add some cool patterns to. Eyeball the sizes of the stuff you’ve already got there and decide how large you want to go with your document stands. I have a display that’s similar to the one pictured at my house, it’s very monochrome.

  • How to make a poster. Changeable Poster Art - Step 2
    Step 2

    Purchase the stands and paper, keeping in mind the area and your goals. I chose to go with a red and a teal to make a different with the photos. I’ve kept the teal up though. Fave colour alert!

  • How to make a poster. Changeable Poster Art - Step 3
    Step 3

    Trim the paper to the size of the stand and insert.

  • How to make a poster. Changeable Poster Art - Step 4
    Step 4

    Colour or draw a pattern, word or border onto the front of the stand (not onto the paper). The beauty of doing it this way is that you can change the drawing on the front, but not the paper, simply by wiping it away.

  • How to make a poster. Changeable Poster Art - Step 5
    Step 5

    Style away!

    What do you think? I love this DIY because I can change it whenever I want depending on my mood, and it will be cheap, easy and effective.

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